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Wilful stupidity of Labor politicians accepting climate delusion despite opposing, overwhelming scientific evidence
Rabbit Proof Fence and ‘Stolen Generation’ are propaganda to suit government narrative
Letter to the Editor
Star Molly said, ” That’s not my story…”
Letter writer Anna Fern said – “Secondly, the real Aboriginal people are not the one’s complaining or pushing for land rights, saying Sorry, welcome ceremony and the Yes vote etc. It is the tar brush activists who want their 5 minutes of glory or easy money from the Globalists.”
Got that right.
The author also said – “The stolen generation, who probably would not be alive now to act as victims and all who claim to be of the Indigenous lineage, who are now educated, dressing, eating and living a colonial life, should be made to denounce that life if they claim to be Indigenous.”
The “Stolen Generation” is essentially a work of propaganda.
Form the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia [ https://www.nfsa.gov.au/collection/curated/rabbit-proof-fence ] …
“Rabbit-Proof Fence tells the true story of Molly, Gracie and Daisy – three Aboriginal girls in Western Australia, 1931 who are forcibly abducted from their mothers.”
“True story” my arse. Complete and utter bullshit, institutionalised into the official Australian government narrative.
Molly herself, at the original screening of this masterpiece of politically correct embellishment of history, said “That’s not my story!” Molly explained that her mother had asked the social services people to take Molly because she didn’t have the means to look after her, and Molly also said that she was treated very well by all the white people she encountered.
Funny how the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia doesn’t mention any of that – because the f…… TRUTH doesn’t fit the BS government narrative.
In any case, I disagree with your suggestion that an Aboriginal person should be made to denounce the Western affluent lifestyle if they claim to be Indigenous. The proper solution would be to DECOUPLE the Indigenous status from the unconditional PRIVELEGES it seems to attract in the current Australian political context (and let’s be honest here – POLITICS is EXACTLY what this is all about).
Bottom line – you’re either Australian, or you’re not. Any other mindset is a fast track to national suicide.
Former President Trump Speaks at CPAC: ‘I will totally obliterate Deep State’, which includes the Australian operation
2024 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. He declared that he would “totally obliterate the deep state,” if elected president again, saying, “I am your warrior, I am your justice, and for those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution.” The former president also distinguished himself from other Republicans, saying, “we are never going back to the party of Paul Ryan, Karl Rove, and Jeb Bush,” and discussed his policy agenda.
Dropping dead in sport from mRNA vaxx is now tagged by MSM as ‘on the field illness’
By columnist Lyndesy Symonds
The Big Jew msmedia Honkers on the Networks have their CoVID Narrative Maintenance cut out for them with celebs like Bieber who are cancelling tours and gigs. Of course they are never going to feature the Pfizer Eye or the real twerks and sterks of this whole new twist to drugs, pop, rock and roll – post the 2020 global pandemic hoax.
For Football celebs who collapse mid game on livestream, they have already created new codes and terms to normalize the unthinkable for the braindead.
In football the CoVID Vaxx Heart Attack/Stroke is now being reported as the sudden “on the pitch illness” or sudden “on field illness”. It’s a sudden OPI or a sudden OFI.
So for Bieber I would say this is a sudden on pop illness: an OPI.
#Died Suddenly is covering it:
Now they classify cardiac arrest as an “on pitch illness”
“Our defender Sylla Moustapha died this evening after an illness on the pitch.https://t.co/l1NDjD3LUV
— DiedSuddenly (@DiedSuddenly_) March 7, 2023
Phones and seatbelts reap an annual $140m bonanza for Queensland Labor government
An extraordinary number of Gold Coast drivers and their passengers are failing to buckle up, despite fines of more than $1000 for taking to the road without wearing a seatbelt.
Figures obtained by the Gold Coast Bulletin show 25,867 people were caught without seatbelts on the Gold Coast in the 12 months to October 31 – an average of 70 a day.
In contrast, just 21,025 were pinged for the offence in Brisbane.
A further 39,814 people on the Gold Coast were fined for using mobile phones while driving – an average of 109 a day.
The offences were detected and fines issued as a result of the roll-out of special cameras across the city in November last year.
Since July 1 both seatbelt and mobile phone offences have carried fines of $1078 and the loss of four demerit points. At those rates, the offences detected on the Gold Coast in the first 12 months of operation of the cameras would cost a whopping $70.8 million in penalties.
Mobile Phone and Seatbelt offences, 1 November 2021 to 31 October 2022
|District||Mobile Phone||Seatbelt Driver||Seatbelt Passenger||Total|
Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey made no apology for the number of costly fines issued, saying too many people were risking their lives on the roads.
“Each offender needs to ask themself what value they place on their life as using a mobile phone while driving or failing to wear a seatbelt or wear it correctly could easily end in tragedy – that’s the reality,” Mr Bailey said.
“Using a mobile phone while driving is as dangerous as driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.07-0.10.
“By law, you must not have your phone in your hand or resting on any part of your body, including your lap while driving, regardless of whether the phone is on or in use.”
While there are some fixed cameras in use to detect mobile phone and seatbelt offences – including at the M1 in Coomera – most are on mobile trailers.
Mr Bailey warned drivers the cameras could be located anywhere, while motorists risked losing their licences because double demerit points apply for second offences.
“Double demerit points apply for repeat offences within a 12 month period, so if you are caught doing the wrong thing multiple times, you could face losing your licence in addition to the steep fines,” Mr Bailey said.
“Learners and P-Platers will face losing their licence when they receive their first infringement for either of these offences.
“The message is simple. If you don’t want one of these fines, do the right thing on our roads.”
Last year in response to increased numbers of single vehicle accidents where drivers were killed in head-on collisions, roll-overs or cars hitting trees, doctors alleged these unusual accidents were caused by Covid-vaxxed drivers experiencing a medical event.
Minister Bailey cautiously agreed there was a probable connection to the rollout of mRNA vaxx which last year caused the highest road toll for a decade.
In spite of this anomaly the Main Roads Department and police have used the excess accidents as an excuse to roll out more cameras to generate more money allegedly to counter accidents.
Intelligent drivers realise the cameras can be used for facial recognition technology and are simply a source of extraordinary revenue which is another tax on an already suffering population.
The government claims this revenue goes back into road maintenance but there is no proof we have seen that this actually occurs.
How much longer decent citizens will take this police state affront is anybody’s guess. -from ABC and Cairns News contributors
Sodoms for the Voice
By Lyndesy Symonds
Not all the high-tech proactive crowd management decision making in the world could safeguard the Sodomy Parade from Lidia Thorpe and prevent her efforts to upstage the pride events of Feb 25. Lidia was forcibly removed from the Parade by police for laying down in front of a float in a lewd position.
She used the occasion of her removal to culturally appropriate the ‘pride’ label from the Sodoms for ‘The Voice’.
As one might imagine, this did not gel with any of the creative pronouns or unicorn genders marching in the parade.
Out of the parade, she took to Twitter: “Black and Brown women started the first pride march …” Where is Albo when you need him?
Happy #MardiGras #WorldPride 2023 https://t.co/4F0vAfIKr0—
Senator Lidia Thorpe (@SenatorThorpe) February 25, 2023
Who is the warmonger here?
Smile for the CCTV, ensure your phone is on and say hello to Albo at the Sydney Mardi Gras
Several CCTV cameras with sophisticated data analytics software that monitors crowd mood and density will be temporarily installed along Sydney’s Oxford Street as part of the Mardi Gras Parade on Saturday.
Technology that counts mobile phones by measuring radiofrequency has been separately installed at several shopfronts in Darlinghurst and Surry Hills to count people as part of WorldPride.
It is the first time either technology has been used as part of Mardi Gras and WorldPride, although it has previously been used for Sydney’s New Year’s Eve celebrations and the annual Vivid festival of light.
The sophisticated CCTV software can detect an average mood of a crowd by creating ranks of happy, neutral, sad, and angry – it can also measure the speed of groups walking.
While some of the software’s functions can be disabled, Mardi Gras has decided to use all the capabilities so proactive calls could be made about crowd safety.
At a parade like Mardi Gras, the argument is that knowing simply a headcount, for example, might not provide critical information needed to take action. Instead, knowing the density or mood of a specific area of Oxford Street will allow Mardi Gras to identify if a pinch point is occurring there — which can lead to crowd crush if not addressed — while only knowing the headcount wouldn’t provide that.
The argument by some for using smart CCTV software is that crowds often won’t distribute themselves evenly and safely without intervention – and such technology can help manage that.
Mardi Gras said the company behind the software, Dynamic Crowd Measurement, was only engaged for the parade and would be used to support on-ground staff to “direct people to less crowded zones if areas are becoming too full”.
“The technology helps with managing the safety of the crowd by measuring capacities, allowing operations to zone in on an area that needs immediate response or to plan ahead for where there are areas of growing crowds,” a Mardi Gras spokesperson said.
Mardi Gras pointed to the Seoul Halloween crowd crush that killed 159 people last year as justification for the use of the CCTV software, which it said was “not used for surveillance and does not track or collect any personal information”.
“There is no facial recognition tracking and it cannot track people from one place to another. It provides real-time metrics that snapshot the crowd across the entire route at any given point to inform proactive crowd management decision-making,” the spokesperson said.
“With hundreds of thousands of spectators set to descend on Oxford and Flinders streets, Dynamic Crowd Measurement will be an important tool to help parade operations avoid potential incidents.”
A Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras officer will monitor the CCTV software on parade night and “feed specific metrics to police who help direct crowds”, Mardi Gras said. “All data will be handled by the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras team and only provided to event stakeholders including police at specific times on the night when it is relevant for crowd safety decisions.”
While footage will not be recorded, metrics to help with crowd management will be, such as density and speed. The technology doesn’t use City of Sydney CCTV, but temporarily installed cameras.
Mardi Gras said Dynamic Crowd Measurement offered the best solution for Mardi Gras to safely manage crowds.
“There is other technology that can help with crowd management through pinging mobile phones in the area. However, due to the large numbers of crowds expected at [the] parade, phone networks will be unreliable, making it difficult to receive accurate data to make important operational decisions.”
But tech experts the Herald spoke to refuted the claim that mobile pinging technology was unreliable with large crowds. This, they say, is because the technology does not require mobile devices to have any connections to a cell tower.
WorldPride will make use of software known as “radio frequency density” measuring technology, with devices from company Behavioural Analytics used to measure crowds attending “Pride Villages” – mini street festivals that will involve shutting down portions of Crown, Riley and Foley streets to traffic.
On Thursday, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age observed at least two of the mobile phone tracking boxes installed – at underwear shop Daily Jocks on Oxford Street, and at Ziggy’s Barber Salon on Riley Street.
“Sydney WorldPride are using safety technology that estimates how many people are in an area via pings to mobiles phones,” a Sydney WorldPride spokesperson said. “This technology does not require cameras and the data is not personally identifiable. All that is reported is the amount of mobile phones in the area. Sydney WorldPride are covering the cost of this safety technology.”
NSW Police referred requests to comment on the two technologies to Mardi Gras and WorldPride, but said it had been working with them and a range of government agencies to “provide a safe and secure environment for those attending Mardi Gras Parade”.
“That includes plans to manage traffic and transport, public safety and health and crowd management,” it said. “Police will be deployed from police area commands across the metropolitan area, supported by specialist officers. from SMH
In bedded in the article is how both technologies work. No facial recognition, yet it assesses mood? No recording and no data collection just metrics such as crowd density and speed?
The two companies offering their services are Behavioural Analytics & Dynamic Crowd Measurement. – from Bliskitt, Qld
Murdoch media engenders Australian war machine
From Asia Pacific Research
In the latest escalation in Australia’s increasingly forceful campaign to manufacture consent for war with China, the Murdoch-owned Sky News Australia has aired a jaw-droppingly propagandistic hour-long special which advocates a dramatic increase in the nation’s military spending.
Australians are uniquely vulnerable to propaganda because our nation has the most concentrated media ownership in the western world, the lion’s share of it by Rupert Murdoch, who has well-documented ties to US government agencies going back decades. The propaganda campaign against China has gotten so aggressive here in recent years that I’ve repeatedly had complete strangers start babbling at me about the Chinese threat in casual conversation, completely out of the blue, within minutes of our first meeting each other.
The Sky News special is one of the most brazenly propagandist things I have ever witnessed in any news media, with its opening minutes featuring footage of bayonet-wielding Chinese troops marching while ominous cinematic Bad Guy music plays loudly over the sound of the marching. In its promotional clip for the special, Sky News Australia tinged all footage pertaining to China in red to show how dangerous and communist they are. These are not decisions that are made with the intention of informing the public, these are decisions that are made with the intention of administering war propaganda.
Charles Darwin University joins the food reduction and climate cult wanting to shoot buffalo because of methane emissions
Darwin University’s spokesman for intelligentsia, Hugh Davies thinks by shooting these introduced animals which he says are emitting greenhouse gas, communities could earn carbon credits.
It begs the question; how does Mr Hughes intend to remove the millions of tonnes of methane and carbon dioxide emissions from the vast areas of wetlands, swamps and lagoons of Arnhem Land and the Mary River region in the Top End?
Would you pay for your children to attend Charles Darwin University?
Shooting buffalo is a question that has been posed by researchers at the University (CDU) who believe land managers could be incentivised to cull feral bovine if they could earn valuable carbon credits.
“Feral buffalo numbers are increasing across northern Australia, meaning their [methane] emissions are too,” CDU’s Hugh Davies said.
“So the whole idea of our research was that if we can keep their numbers under control we can avoid greenhouse gas emissions, potentially creating carbon credits, which can be sold to make money.”
He said one adult buffalo emitted about 78 kilograms of methane each year “which is the equivalent of over two tonnes of carbon dioxide”.
“If that buffalo wasn’t there that’s potentially two carbon credits generated,” he said.
The idea of culling feral animals for carbon credits is not new.
In 2013 the federal government knocked back a proposal to generate carbon credits from culling feral camels.
Buffalo industry cautious
Tom Dawkins from the NT Buffalo Industry Council said the industry first became aware of CDU’s research after it went public.
He said it was obvious a lot more research would be needed before governments would approve such a methodology, and he called on CDU to focus less on culling buffalo and more on removing them from the environment.
“The language [in this report] seems to be very narrow and specific around culling,” he said.
“We’d argue mustering is better than shooting, not just because you’re getting the dividend of an animal going to a supply chain, but you’re actually removing an animal from the landscape.
“Shoot to waste just leaves a carcass which decomposes, emitting methane in the process, and just creates a feed for feral pigs, which we don’t want either.”
Mr Dawkins also questioned whether large companies would want to purchase carbon credits generated from gunning down animals.
“I can’t see a scenario where the silver bullet solution to buffalo management in the Top End is culling,” he said.
“It opens roads up into remote areas whereas shooting animals from a helicopter doesn’t do any of that.”
More than 10,000 buffalo were exported out of Darwin last year to markets in South-East Asia, while about 6,000 buffalo were processed at the Rum Jungle abattoir south of Darwin.
It is estimated around 200,000 feral buffalo are roaming across northern Australia.
The Mimal Land Management Aboriginal Corporation, based at Bulman in Central Arnhem Land, has long been involved in the commercial harvesting of feral buffalo.
Each year the organisation removes between 2,500 to 4,000 animals.
“It returns a significant income to the people in this area,” Mimal chief executive Dominic Nicholls said.
The organisation already earns carbon credits through early-season fire abatement
Mr Nicholls said if carbon credits became available for culling buffalo then his organisation would definitely consider the environmental and economic opportunities of getting involved.
“If this [proposal] plays out it could have an important impact across northern Australia,” he said.
“But while we will explore and look at options like this, we’re going to keep doing what’s working — and that’s mustering.”